Knoxville Police Department tweeted that multiple agencies are responding to a shooting Monday afternoon at a local high school just outside the downtown area.
Law enforcement in Carroll County said three officers were injured, a suspect is dead and another is in custody after multiple agencies responded to a shooting incident on Monday morning.
A new COVID-19 vaccine site is opening on Arizona State University's main campus in Tempe. FOX 10's Ty Brennan and Danielle Miller report.
President Joe Biden is scheduled to meet Monday with Republican and Democratic lawmakers and can use the state-by-state summaries to show that his plan would help meet their constituents' needs.
Sports betting could soon become legal in Arizona. FOX 10's Nicole Garcia reports.
President Biden will tap Tucson, Arizona, police chief Chris Magnus as nominee to head U.S. Customs and Border Protection, when he is slated to announce nominations for several top immigration and Department of Homeland Security roles, a White House official confirmed to Fox News.
Uber, Paypal and Walgreens are teaming up to provide transportation for people to get their COVID-19 vaccinations with a new program.
Harvey Weinstein was secretly indicted on rape charges by a grand jury in Los Angeles a couple weeks ago, Fox News has learned. The move by LA District Attorney George Gascón should facilitate the extradition of the Hollywood producer from New York so that he can be tried.
Friends, family members, and classmates are mourning a Hernando County teenager who died in a tragic accident just weeks before graduating. Valentina Tomashosky was electrocuted when she stepped on a live power line that had set her car ablaze.
President Joe Biden and first lady Jill Biden's dog Major will get professional help adjusting to the White House after a pair of biting incidents last month.
The police officer who fatally shot Daunte Wright, 20, during a traffic stop in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota Sunday mistakenly drew her handgun instead of a Taser, according to the police chief.
Health officials in Arizona are reporting 675 new confirmed COVID-19 cases but a second day with no new deaths.
A man died Sunday after he was shot by police and then shortly after involved in a vehicle crash in Brooklyn Center, the police department reports. Law enforcement did not confirm the victim's identity Sunday, but protesters were calling for justice in the death of a man named Daunte Wright during demonstrations.
Ashley Taylor Gerren, who starred on the BET reality show "Baldwin Hills," died at the age of 30, it was announced Monday.
Incredible video shows a bolt of lightning striking a tree outside of a Wisconsin high school, scorching and shattering the evergreen on impact.
Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer is asking for more vaccines but the CDC director says that's a mistake and said shutdowns are necessary.
Will Smith and director Antoine Fuqua are pulling their Apple-produced thriller "Emancipation" from Georgia due to the state's recently passed voting laws.
The family of Chantel Giacalone was awarded $29.5 million when a jury found that the responding ambulance service negligently treated her allergic reaction to a peanut butter pretzel.
Officials in Virginia say a police officer accused of using excessive force during a traffic stop of a Black Army officer has been fired hours after the state's governor called for an independent investigation into the incident.
An emotional vigil was held Sunday night for an 11-year-old girl from Rodeo. Authorities accuse her stepmother and father of torturing and abusing her to death.